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Three easy ways to use Ella Bella Photography Backdrops!

You don't have to have an elaborate studio setup to use Ella Bella® or Fadeless® backdrops.

Here are three simple techniques which apply equally to the Ella Bella® or Fadeless® ranges to help you get the best out of these backdrops.The Ella Bella® range has a core diameter of 2.5 cm while the Fadeless® range has a core diameter of 3 cm.

Ella Bella photography backdrop 1

1.

Turn two chairs back to back 4′ apart.
Take a 5′ (or longer) rod (broom handle?) and place it through the Ella Bella® or Fadeless® roll.
Set the rod on the chair backs.
Pull desired length from roll.
Use clips to hold roll in place on rod.
Place subject in front of paper!

Using Ella Bella photography backdrop 2

 

2.

Tape the edge of the Ella Bella® or Fadeless® roll to the wall and pull desired length from roll. Place subject in front of paper!

Using Ella Bella photography backdrop 3

 

3.

Use a backdrop stand.

Take the horizontal bar and push it through the Ella Bella® or Fadeless® roll.

Pull desired length of paper from roll.

Tape down free end if required.

Place subject in front of paper.

NOTE: the skirting board shown in this image is not included with the backdrop. Short lengths of skirting board can be purchased from DIY stores and painted to suit!

 

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#4 Ian Edwards 2015-11-05 13:18 Quoting Eleri:
Are the ellabella collection robust enough for little feet to be walking all over / jumping. or is it best to put a piece of perspex on top - just worried about slipping or grubbiness.
Does anyone use these backdrops length ways to get more background?


We haven't come across anybody needing to use perspex which I would have thought would make a slippy and reflective surface. If the paper gets grubby or torn you tear it off and roll out some fresh. The example on the How to page shows a wood paper length ways on the floor, no reason why you shouldn't do that for the backdrop as well if you can figure out a way of supporting the paper. There are example images on the Ella Bella product pages that customers have sent in and we've had nothing but positive feedback on these papers, especially at the price.
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#3 Eleri 2015-11-05 13:04 Are the ellabella collection robust enough for little feet to be walking all over / jumping. or is it best to put a piece of perspex on top - just worried about slipping or grubbiness.
Does anyone use these backdrops length ways to get more background?
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#2 Ian Edwards 2014-01-09 23:19 Hi Gemma, the Ella Bella paper is 90gsm, which is half the weight of our standard backgrounds so it is by definition not as robust, but it is also a lot cheaper, however I don't think you could describe it as easy to rip and we have many happy customers using these papers. For reference standard photocopier paper is usually about 75gsm. Quote
 
 
#1 Gemma 2014-01-09 22:25 Is this paper quite thick?
Just worried if it's easy to rip.
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